This page reports studies and researches collected in the course of the ALPTER project. Various kinds of papers have been put together (essays, maps and so on) by the project partners.
An interesting study on hazard assessment on terraced areas has been developed by the University of Genoa (Dept. POLIS), in co-operation with Regione Liguria.
The approach is interesting for its (...)
Here below are presented the lectures delivered at the workshop held in Genoa on 20th January 2006 (organized by project ALPTER, Regione Liguria and University of Genoa). At the end of the page (...)
Following ALPTER experience a proposal was developed for further activities to be implemented within the forthcoming Alpine Space programming period. The draft project proposal was presented at (...)
Here below it is possible to download the final publication realized by the Slovenian partner of the ALPTER Project, the Faculty of Architetcture of University of Ljubljana, coordinated by Prof. (...)
The Alpine Space Summit, the peak event of the Community Initiative Interreg III B Alpine Space Programme, has been held on the 19th and 20th of June, 2006, in Stresa (Italy). ALPTER project took (...)
The 11th International Congress on Dry-Stone took place from 7th to 9th of November 2008 in Locorotondo (Bari, Italy). The ALPTER project could not miss this event: it is an international (...)
Here below it is possible to download the final publications realized by the ALPTER Project, presenting the results of the three years of work of the partners.
The Atlas presents the (...)
Here below it is possible to download a file containing a comprehensive bibliography on terraced sites related issues. References include book, articles, proceedings, other quotations, degree (...)
Depopulation, withdrawal of agrarian traditional practices, land abandonment and the conseguent banalization of landscape patterns have been affecting Italian western alpine regions since a few (...)
This is the draft form for surveying of the terracements that has been proposed by the ALPTER project partners, as a basis for research activities. It is suitable to be used in any study on this (...)